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Opioid Withdrawal Considered For Medical Marijuana

Hartford Courant - Feb 26, 2018
Nystagmus: a condition that causes the eyes to make repetitive, uncontrolled movements that often result in reduced vision and depth perception as well as balance and coordination problems. Osteogenesis Imperfecta: A genetic disorder that can cause ...

On Solid Ground with Vestibular Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy Products - Mar 7, 2018
Spontaneous nystagmus or eccentric gaze nystagmus is named for the side toward which the fast phase of the eye movement occurs (either right or left). Findings with this testing would indicate a peripheral lesion on the side opposite the fast phase (ie ...

Accused drunk driver says he was en route to delivering marijuana to his mother in NY

Norwalk Reflector - Mar 12, 2018
“As I started to perform the (horizontal gaze nystagmus) test, I had him watch the tip of my finger (and) he could not follow directions nor could he follow my finger. As I tried to explain to him what I needed, he told me, 'Wait, I will try again ...

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Neurology - Topic 31 - Nystagmus

Neurology - Topic 31 - Nystagmus.

Types of nystagmus

Nystagmus is a vision condition in which the eyes make repetitive, uncontrolled movements, often resulting in reduced vision. These involuntary eye movements can occur from side to side, up...

Nystagmus - physiology and pathophysiology

Learn what nystagmus is, why you might get nystagmus under normal conditions, and how the effect of nystagmus is produced.

What Horizontal Nystagmus Looks Like

Here is an example of Horizontal Nystagmus (HGN). Not that easy to detect even in the best of conditions, it is the jerky, bouncy eyeball as it tracks an object.